Starkville on Tuesday joined other Mississippi cities choosing not to fly the state flag above municipal buildings, as aldermen voted 4-3 to lower the flag.
For the second time in two months, Starkville aldermen will discuss setting a minimum $10-per-hour pay raise for city employees and an annual increase for the incoming administration.
OCH Regional Medical Center's tentative Fiscal Year 2015-2016 budget shows officials are more optimistic about the hospital's short-term financial future.
Ward 2 Alderman Lisa Wynn's upcoming resolution to remove the state flag from flying on city property will pass or fail by a razor-thin margin.
Engineering and planning firm Neel-Schaffer Inc. will handle an upcoming public infrastructure improvement project associated with DPM Fragrance's $5 million expansion project at Cornerstone Park, supervisors announced Tuesday.
County Engineer Clyde Pritchard told supervisors Tuesday he is in communication with a developer looking to build a new student housing project near Mississippi State University in the eastern portion of the county.
Oktibbeha County supervisors thought they had reached a mutually beneficial arrangement by splitting the usage of its Main Street education building between emergency management and the new Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District until they read newspaper quotes from Superintendent Lewis Holloway saying he would fight for additional space.
Oktibbeha County residents in the Josey Creek area should avoid contact with its waters after an untreated sewage discharge was reported today, according to the state Department of Environmental Quality.
Organizers say more vendors are selling produce and other foods this year at Starkville Community Market's inaugural season at Fire Station Park than before the move.
Starkville officers arrested a Texas woman Monday and charged with molesting a minor.
Efforts to develop a new comprehensive plan for Starkville begin this week as the city is hosting two public meetings.
Mississippi State University's football team wasn't the only group that found success this fall.
A Mathiston man died Friday after the truck he was driving rear ended another vehicle on Highway 82 near Toby Henry Road.
The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors unanimously appointed Eupora-based lawyer George Mitchell Jr. as the special prosecutor for Starkville Alderman Henry Vaughn's upcoming driving under the influence trial.
About three-fourths of Oktibbeha's 44 county-wide candidates met Friday's deadline for campaign finance reports, according to a review of those records at the circuit clerk's office last week.
An Oktibbeha County man is facing up to a decade behind bars after authorities say he had sex with a horse.
Starkville police arrested a 38-year-old man Tuesday after responding to a report of a heavily damaged apartment.
Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District Superintendent Lewis Holloway isn't giving up full use of the county education building without a fight.
U.S. District Judge Michael P. Mills approved the Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District's desegregation order Monday after school representatives and Department of Justice officials struck a temporary agreement on a number of guidelines last week.
Starkville earned its fourth-straight Playful City USA designation this year as it and four other Mississippi cities were recognized for their investments in public play spaces for children.
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